Explore our high-quality addiction treatment programs for women at Hammocks Recovery.
A one-size-fits-all approach to addiction treatment can’t take into account the unique needs of those who are working towards recovery. Men and women have different physical, psychological, and social needs when it comes to addiction treatment. That’s why it’s important to choose a women’s rehab program that specializes in helping women overcome addiction.
Hammocks on the Edisto provides individualized care in a serene, supportive environment. Our South Carolina women’s rehab programs help our guests develop the skills they need to manage their addiction and build a foundation for a sober future. Through holistic therapies and a focus on overall wellness, we help our guests create a sustainable, healthy lifestyle.
If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, we encourage you to reach out. Call 833.549.0383 today to learn more.
Results from the 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health indicate that approximately 20.3 million people aged 12 or older had a substance use disorder (SUD) related to their use of alcohol or illicit drugs in the past year, including 14.8 million people who had an alcohol use disorder and 8.1 million people who had an illicit drug use disorder. Addiction to drugs and alcohol is pervasive. However, at Hammocks on the Edisto, our women’s therapy programs use proven, comprehensive, evidence-based therapies and personalized care to promote positive change and healing from addiction.
Hammocks on the Edisto utilizes integrated behavioral health treatment at our 30-day inpatient treatment center. Drug and alcohol addiction rarely occurs in isolation. They go hand-in-hand with mental health disorders, like depression, anxiety, and trauma-related disorders. We address these issues concurrently with substance abuse because it’s vital to patients’ long-term recovery. Our women’s addiction treatment center provides a continuum of care that extends through aftercare and alumni support.
Gender differences play a role in addiction. This is why receiving gender-specific care at a women’s addiction treatment in South Carolina is essential to receive the exact care and support needed to effectively overcome your addiction.
There are several benefits of seeking women’s addiction treatment in South Carolina, including:
Women may abuse substances as a means to cope with other conditions like PTSD caused by sexual assault, domestic violence, etc. Therefore, a woman-focused drug rehab facility will be able to address specific issues that women especially face. Addressing these issues simultaneously while treating their addiction will help patients maintain long-lasting sobriety.
Because female addicts are at a greater risk of struggling with a co-occurring diagnosis (trauma being one of the leading mental health issues), providing a safe and nurturing environment is of utmost importance. A women’s addiction treatment in South Carolina will provide the most significant level of safety for clients to open up so they can safely and effectively receive treatment.
Staff Experienced in Women’s Health
At a women’s drug and alcohol rehab center, the staff of addiction specialists will have a wide range of expertise in women’s health to be able to effectively support and provide individualized care.
Battling addiction can be extremely isolating. Therefore, being able to share similar experiences with peers is important. A women’s substance abuse treatment center will provide clients with a community of peers who understand and can relate to similar experiences to support and motivate each other on their recovery journey.
The signs and symptoms of substance abuse in women and men tend to be similar. Some common signs of substance abuse in both men and women include:
Change in appetite
Change in sleep patterns
Deterioration of physical appearance (i.e., lack of personal hygiene)
Sudden weight gain or weight loss
Engaging in secretive behavior
Falling behind in school, work, or other personal or professional responsibilities
Engaging in riskier behavior
Losing interest in hobbies they once enjoyed
Fracturing relationships with friends, family, coworkers, etc.
Lack of motivation
While men and women share many similar signs of substance abuse, there are some unique signs of substance abuse in women. Women often use drugs and alcohol as a means to self-medicate.
Women may choose to abuse drugs and alcohol to self-medicate for a variety of reasons, including helping cope with symptoms of:
Understanding and addressing potential mental health problems in female addicts is essential. This is because women may be abusing drugs or alcohol as a means to cope with triggering mental health problems.
Our treatment programs for women are designed to provide individualized care while immersed in a safe & supportive environment.
Our unique therapies provide our clients with a truly customized treatment rooted in holistic and evidence-based therapies.
We offer dual-diagnosis treatment rooted in trauma-informed care to assist our clients with co-occurring disorders on the path to healing.
Addiction doesn’t discriminate. While addiction significantly decreases an addict’s quality of life, there is no denying that gender differences play a role in addiction and addiction recovery.
While women may be less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, women are more likely to overdose. Not to mention, women are more likely to experience more intense cravings to use, which increases their chances of relapsing.
A woman addicted to drugs and alcohol is more likely to overdose because of the biological differences between men and women, which contribute to how drugs affect the body.
Women may also face increased judgment, especially if they are a mother, for abusing substances. This can make it more difficult for women addicted to drugs and alcohol to seek treatment for fear of the potential stigma and judgment that may come from friends, family, and others finding out about their battle with addiction.
Hammocks Recovery is an in-network provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield. Contact us today to find out if your insurance will help cover many of the costs associated with treatment at our program.
Our Real Change program incorporates the core components of a sound, empirically-based addiction treatment program. Our therapeutic options allow our residents to accomplish their goals.
Furthermore, we introduce the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). We help women learn how to incorporate these principles into daily living. All of our programs are women-centric in perspective in that they focus squarely on addressing the issues underlying addiction in women and finding appropriate solutions.
These modalities, in combination with our commitment to prolonged health and wellness, set Hammocks apart from other treatment options.
We coordinate all interactions from pre-admission through discharge. Doing so allows us to continuously provide individualized substance abuse treatment throughout each resident’s stay. We want to get to identify any underlying problems and help residents understand what drives the desire to use and the uncontrollable cravings to self-medicate the discomfort. Evaluations and thorough assessments will occur from the following professional designations during the admissions process.
As our residents progress through treatment, they’ll build a foundation for a lifetime of recovery. Our goal is to provide the tools and resources needed to help our guests live a sober, fulfilling life.
Contact our caring and knowledgable admissions coordinators today. We will help answer any questions you may have about our gender-specific women’s rehab program right now.
In South Carolina, Hammocks on the Edisto offers women’s substance abuse treatment that can help our residents live a healthy lifestyle. Through behavioral counseling, good nutrition, meditation, and more, we help them work through their problems to achieve a well-balanced life. Wellness means so much more than eating right and getting enough sleep. It’s an active process that produces long-term well-being. Contact us today at 833.549.0383 to learn more about how health and wellness are incorporated into our women’s addiction treatment program.
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